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"LDTI will drive income volatility"

Cintia Cheong talks to experts about why reforms to US insurance accounting standards will cause income volatility and whether adopting the standard early can bring any benefits

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News in brief: GFIA president, Aon adding climate to cat models, and more

Reinsurers' Covid-19 losses begin to fade

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COMMENT: AI will help insurers reach underserved markets

Leah Walters and Diane Stuto respond to plans by New York regulator Linda Lacewell to address innovation and diversity risks

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US and UK finance groups propose "united vision" for regulation

British American Finance Alliance lobbies for involvement in future free trade agreement

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The future of insurance: digital transformation

Best practice from InsuranceERM's Insurance Risk & Capital Americas 2020 virtual event

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Equality in insurance: what actions beyond the words?

The US insurance sector was quick to state its support for black lives after George Floyd's death resonated across communities worldwide. It has a questionable history of action on racial inequality, but are things about to change? Sarfraz Thind reports

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US insurers denounce racial injustice after George Floyd's death

Floyd, an African American, died from asphyxiation caused by white police officer

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US insurers in Covid-19 coverage crisis

Insurers are being asked critical questions about their role in protecting consumers from the coronavirus pandemic. Despite calls from on high, the industry says it will not cover business-interruption and workers compensation losses. As the crisis deepens, industry bodies say such demands could threaten the stability of the sector. Sarfraz Thind reports

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US life insurers commend Trump administration on Nafta modernisation

USMCA "critical to continued success" of insurers working in North America

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IAIS Abu Dhabi: Why the Treasury and NAIC returned different ICS conclusions

"Team USA" voiced wildly divergent tones in their reaction to the ICS talks in Abu Dhabi last week. But, despite their strong statements, the US negotiators appear to be in accordance over zero implementation of IAIS's capital accord and the potential to move forward with compromise. Sarfraz Thind reports